Nottingham Forest picked up their first league win since the 8th of March on Saturday, as they beat Fulham 3-1 at Craven Cottage.
With just three points from eight games heading into the Fulham clash, Forest were in dire form, but managed to serve up their best performance in a while to claim all three points.
Rare goalscorer Robert Tesche found the net to put Forest in front, and fellow midfielder Henri Lansbury added a second before half-time from the penalty spot.
Matt Smith pulled one back for Fulham, but former Arsenal trainee Lansbury added gloss to the win with a third goal on 70 minutes.
The star of the show was, without doubt, playmaker Lansbury, who has now hit three assists and two goals in his last five games for Forest.
The 25-year-old has been pushed into a more attacking role under Paul Williams, and he appears to be reaping the rewards with another fine performance on Saturday.
After the game, Forest fans took to Twitter to rave about Lansbury's performance, urging the Forest board to give him a new an improved contract - but others are concerned that his displays will prompt interest from other clubs ahead of the summer transfer window.
Supporters were delighted with the new role for Lansbury, believing that it suits him better than playing deep, as he did under Dougie Freedman - and here are some of the tweets from Forest fans after Lansbury starred in the win over Fulham...
Don't care what anyone says but that performance from Lansbury is the best I've seen from any player for a long time #nffc— Dave Garner (@Dave_Garner68) April 23, 2016
If keeping Lansbury means giving him 5k more a week on his contract, it must be done. Him and Britt can get us to the BPL on their own #nffc— F0RB3S (@DanielForbes10) April 23, 2016
Just watched the highlights. Great team performance but Teche and Lansbury were outstanding #nffc— Emily Anderson (@EmilyMay10) April 23, 2016
Henri has put himself in the M & S shop window with a nice shiny bow on today. #nffc— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) April 23, 2016
Can't hear too many #NFFC fans slating a certain Henri Lansbury this morning? Two goals and an assist. Quality when used right! End of.— Lee Clarke (@Clarkey_No1) April 24, 2016
Lansbury is so much more effective as an attacker, can easily get 15 goals a season if he plays behind the striker or strikers #nffc— Jason (@Jcov1998) April 23, 2016
What did you think of Lansbury's performance against Fulham?